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16 iOS Keyboard Shortcuts for iPhone » WebNots
5. Typing Single Numbers and Symbols Quickly

To enter a single number, you can tap the number icon on the keyboard to switch to the numeric keyboard with punctuation symbols. However, if you’re in a hurry, you can save some time by pressing and holding the 123 key and swiping to the number you wish to type. After the number is inserted the keyboard will then automatically switch back to the alphabet keyboard saving your time. The same trick works for typing capital letters using shift (up arrow) key and typing symbols using #+= key.
til  ios  iphone  ipad  keyboard  shortcuts  tipsandtricks  reference 
october 2019 by kme
Granny Joan's Hitek Lady Blog: Bluetooth Keyboard Shortcuts That Work with iPad/iPhone Devices
⌘+space and ⌘+H seem to work. ⌘+Tab to switch apps doesn't (as of iOS 12.something) work on iPhone.
ios  iphone  bluetooth  keyboard  shortcuts  hotkeys 
october 2019 by kme
Non-Tech People Tried the iPhone X — Witness Their Struggle | http://nymag.com/
With the removal of the home button on the iPhone X, and an addition of a notch, Apple has created a $1,000 gesture obstacle-course for those uninitiated into the world of iOS. Here are the attempts of non-tech people, with no guidance, at figuring out the gestures to control the OS.
iphonex  iphone  nontechies  video 
november 2017 by kme
ekoparty_2010-Monti-iphone_rootkit.pdf
Mitigations: common sense

• Jailbreak your iPhone/iPad/iPod before someone does it for you!
• Once broken treat it just like the other computers you own
• Patch! Cydia is your apt-get (literally)
• Stripped services
• Monitoring (periodic md5 filesystem checks are probably sane)
• We need to see more AV and defense-ware for iOS
• Don’t expect Apple to facilitate this very much
• Any reasonable AV would fail .app approval from Apple on several counts
ios  rootkit  iphone  security  slides  jailbreak 
january 2014 by kme
Free iTunes alternative - Manage iPod iPhone without iTunes [http://www.copytrans.net/]
This /might/ be able to transfer .ipa files without using iTunes (and enabling "Sync Apps").
iphone  itunes  ios  maybesolution 
october 2013 by kme
DocSets App for iOS – Ole Begemann [http://oleb.net/]
NB: This was pulled from the App store some time in 2013. You can still sideload it if you've got a developer account, or if you've backed up your "Mobile Applications" folder and still have a copy of DocSets 1.1.1.ipa around somewhere. (2013-10-11)
apple  ios  developer  documentation  iphone  ipad  app  opensource  oldversion  pulledfromappstore  fuckyouapple 
october 2013 by kme
iTunes: About iOS backups [http://support.apple.com/]
Where iTunes backups are stored on your computer
The folder where your backup data are stored varies depending on the computer's operating system. Make sure the backup folder is included in your periodic data-backup routine.

iTunes places the backup files in the following places:

Mac: ~/Library/Application Support/MobileSync/Backup/
Windows XP: \Documents and Settings\(username)\Application Data\Apple Computer\MobileSync\Backup\
Note: To quickly access the Application Data folder, click Start, and choose Run. Type %appdata% and click OK.
Windows Vista and Windows 7: \Users\(username)\AppData\Roaming\Apple Computer\MobileSync\Backup\
Note: To quickly access the AppData folder, click Start. In the search bar, type %appdata% and press the Return key.
hardware  ipod  backup  iphone  ios  itunes  mac  osx  windows 
july 2013 by kme
AFNetworking/AFNetworking · GitHub
AFNetworking is a delightful networking library for iOS and Mac OS X. It's built on top of NSURLConnection, NSOperation, and other familiar Foundation technologies.
ios  mac  osx  iphone  devel  library  networking 
june 2013 by kme
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